The surrounding of the bakery is just magic. Next to the cemetery and the waterwheel. The bakery has it's own charm. I can recommend the brioche :-)
Stiftsbackerei St. Peter
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This extremely OLD SCHOOL bakery where they mill and grind their own flour to make exceedingly tasty baked treats. The smell of sweet baked bread will lure you into their cramped, spartan work area, and it is definitely worth a few Euros to pick up...More
Old bakery, where in addition to being able to buy different types of bread, you can also see how they produce it. It was an interesting experience, even though we were not fans.
Nice for a quick look but this bakery is chocablock with tourists. Quite simply too busy to enjoy - paticularly on a Saturday morning/afternoon. Ran out of bread at 1pm on a Saturday!More
1. Die Bäckerei schließt zum angegebenen Zeitpunkt. (We close at the time indicated.) 2. Wir versuchen, nicht mehr Brot zu...More
when visiting the Church and cemetery of St. Peter make sure to stop by and treat yourself with some fresh handmade bread or brioche - the bakery is not open all the time, but you will smell it if they are :-)
It was a pleasure to buy from here the sourdough bread that tasted delicious. Suffused with history, utilising techniques continuous for hundreds of years, it was a great experience. The powerful water mill wheel was operating at full tilt courtesy of the immense flow of...More
Unfortunately, the bakery was closed when we stopped by (Wednesday afternoon). The waterwheel is easy to miss, in a small alley off of Kapitelplatz, but it’s worth stopping by. The wheel brought water to Salzburg from the Alps in the 12th century and similar waterwheels...More
This is a great place to get the most freshly made bread. The rye is most popular but we very much preferred the sweet white. Not a place to sit but perfect for grabbing a piece and continuing on your wall through the monastery.
This little bakery has hardly changed since the middle of the 15th c. Using water coming from the Almkanal( a canal built in 1136 ! which brings water down from the fortress hill to a water wheel. This was used to mill flour. In 2007...More
We found this very old bakery with the great waterwheel that produces all their power when going to the funicular to go up to the fort . When we came back down we went in and as you walk through the door the aroma is...More